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- SurfSideSurfs looks fun. kinda soft. #surfreport @
- Coolum: ‘Coolum surf: 1.4 metres(5') 10 knots SE. The S protected stretches and E facing points early on the dropping tide before the ESE winds get up. Fun ones in the outer bays at Noosa also on the dropping tide.’
- Lane Davey (North Shore) Maybe a lil bigger 5 ft but pretty crappy
- Lane Davey (North Shore) Still 3-4 ft in the country but swell is more N and its a lil rough w clean faces.
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Curl Curl surf break:
“Warning: Curl Curl is not a good learners beach. Dangerous rips and deep water.
It would be one of the least learner-friendly surfspots on the Northern Beaches.
Competent surfers only as there are no life guards for the surfing areas.”
Rusty Old Surfer from AUSTRALIA - 20 May 2017
Pyramid Rock surf break:
“The post about impossible access for active duty, retirees and reservists is absolutely not true: just someone spreading misinformation. Not the best surf but a bit exclusive.”
Chris from UNITED STATES - 14 May 2017
Pohoiki surf break:
“My basis of comparison is Oahu where I lived almost all my life. 4 years here in Puna. Pohoiki is scenic, consistent, mostly uncrowded...but the wave quality is below average. Usually windswell with side winds. Can get excellent but can go for months with only shifty, swelly, erratic surf. There is a dawn patrol crew of mostly older surfers though they generally clear out by mid-morning. Pohoiki is very difficult to predict. You got to drive on down and find out. Conditions vary unpredictably through the day. If you are reasonably thoughtful (meaning don't drop in on others or aggressively hog waves) you will have no problems with the local surfers. One bit of advice: there are several breaks which vary from mellow rollers to lunging, shallow dangerous double overhead barrels. One break, 3rd Bay, is as radical as any spot in the island chain.”
Peter Easterling from UNITED STATES - 05 May 2017
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